Addison-Schilder disease

Addison-Schilder disease
Ad·di·son-Schil·der disease (adґĭ-sən shilґdər) [T. Addison; Paul Ferdinand Schilder, Austrian-born neurologist in the United States, 1886–1940] adrenoleukodystrophy.

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